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Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by tnfadventures, May 14, 2014.

  1. tnfadventures

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    Here is a little vid I made with a lot of phantom footage around the North and South Island of New Zealand. I only crashed the thing twice, once into a river...and it lives to fly another day! ;)

    http://vimeo.com/95252985
     
  2. damoncooper

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    Very nice! Great job!
     
  3. RedRyderMedia

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    Very nice! Some of the scenery looked like a painting! Great use of the Phantom. I need to go back and watch it again...:)
     
  4. GMANNZ

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    I love living here in NZ ..... Top video, ... you've done us proud :cool:
     
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    Great job. I've always wanted to go to NZ, and it makes want to go even more.
     
  6. RedRyderMedia

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    Is your partner interested in photography/videography too, or was she just toting the tripod? :)

    It seemed like you had a number of slow motion shots. Do you routinely film at 60fps?

    The shot driving up the road seemed like it was camper mounted until it veered off the road. :)

    What post processing did you routinely do?
     
  7. tnfadventures

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    Thanks for the comments on this! NZ is a must for any thrill seeking, nature loving, travel hungry adventurer.


    Yes, I ended up shooting mostly 60fps. (wish I had 1000fps for some of the scenes) This seems to work best for me when I want to slow things down a little later in post. I used gopro studio and FCP for the editing on this.

    That swerving bit was me remembering they drive on the other side of the road. :shock: